Police Knowledge Fund collaborations


Please find below details of the 14 Police Knowledge Fund collaborations, their academic lead and contact email address.

​University of Bedfordshire​Enhancing police responses to child sexual exploitation, through collaborative working between academic and policing at both national and regional levels
​Dr Helen BeckettHelen.beckett@beds.ac.uk


​University of Cambridge​Promoting tipping points for evidence-based policing: An international centre of excellence in post-graduate police education and research
​Professor Lawrence ShermanLawrence.Sherman@crim.cam.ac.uk


​City, University of London​Evidence-Informed Training - Sexual Offences (EITSO)
​Dr Katrin HohlKatrin.Hohl.1@city.ac.uk


​University of Exeter​ExPERT: The Exeter Policing, Evidence and Research Translation project
​Katharine BoydK.Boyd@exeter.ac.uk


​Keele University​Action learning plus: Developing an action/work based learning system for improved knowledge exchange, development and implementation through partnership working
​Dr Tony Kearona.t.kearon@keele.ac.uk


​Leeds Beckett UniversityCARI: An evidence-based approach to fighting cybercrime from the frontline: Improving the effectiveness and efficiency of investigating cyber enabled crime
​Dr Cliffe Schreudersc.schreuders@leedsbeckett.ac.uk


​Liverpool John Moores University ​Embedding evidence-based practice in public protection and crime prevention: A multi-disciplinary partnership
​Dr Matthew Millingsm.n.millings@ljmu.ac.uk


​University of Northampton​EMPAC: East Midlands Policing Academic Collaboration
​Dr John Coxheadjohn.coxhead@empac.org.uk


​University of Nottingham​BPC: Better Policing Collaborative
​Eddie Kaneeddie.kane2@btinternet.com


​The Open UniversityCPRL: Centre for Policing Research and Learning
​Professor Jean HartleyJean.hartley@open.ac.uk


​University of Sheffield​Developing restorative policing: using the evidence base to inform the delivery of restorative justice and improving engagement with victims
​Professor Joanna Shaplandj.m.shapland@sheffield.ac.uk


​University of Sussex​Policing Hate Crime: Modernising the craft, an evidence based approach
​Professor David Weird.j.weir@sussex.ac.uk


​Cardiff University​OSCAR Development Centre: Open Source Communications, Analytics and Research
​Professor Martin InnesInnesM@cardiff.ac.uk


​University of YorkCONNECT: Co-production of policing evidence, research and training: Focus on mental health
​Professor Martin SmithMartin.smith@york.ac.uk